Retirement

  1. Congress May Take Away Your 401(k) Tax Deduction (or Not)

    As part of overhauling the U.S. income tax system, Congress is considering taking away your 401(k) tax deduction. But Trump ...
  2. Six Ways to Move Retirement Account Money - Part II

    In this second part of the series, three other options for moving retirement money are discussed.
  3. The New Risks 401(k) Plan Sponsors Face

    New regulations regarding fiduciary duties means 401(k) plan sponsors need to step up oversight.
  4. The Widening Retirement Savings Gap

    Due to a variety of factors, by 2050 there will be a $400 trillion retirement savings gap.
  5. How to Retire a Millionaire Without a 401(k)

    Can you retire as a millionaire without a 401(k) plan? It may not be easy, but it isn't impossible if you know where to invest ...
  6. 7 Financial Lessons to Master by the Time You're 30

    Once you hit your 30s, it is time to get serious about your finances and money skills. Here are the top money lessons you ...
  1. How to Communicate With Your Partner About Retirement

    Life partners need a great communication system to get past hurdles encountered during retirement.
  2. Top 3 Retirement Savings Tips For 55- to 64-Year-Olds

    Find ways to save money and increase your nest egg for the fast-approaching golden years.
  3. Why Traditional Retirement Is Dead

    While retirement as we know it is a thing of the past, it isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
  4. Advice for Selecting a Retirement Community

    Moving to a retirement community takes time, careful research and planning.
  5. Don't Retire Early - Change Careers Instead

    Instead of longing for an early retirement, shoot for a mid-life career change instead.
  6. The Frugal Senior's Guide to a Comfortable Retirement

    Living frugally in retirement can still be comfortable as long as you plan well and avoid being unduly cheap. It’s all a ...
  1. Mark Your Calendar for Medicare Open Enrollment

    Medicare open enrollment is a time to review your current plan and decide if another plan is better.
  2. This Is Why People Flunk Retirement

    Many people are making these mistakes and putting their retirement in jeopardy.
  3. Ask Anne: Can An HSA Help Me Save for Retirement?

    Anne encourages you to take a look at health savings accounts (HSAs), a new savings option from many employers, during this ...
  4. A Back to School Homework Assignment for Parents

    The fall season is a good time to assess and take charge of your finances.
  5. The Couple's Guide to Medical Expense Planning in Retirement

    Most health-expense planning is based on the individual, but if you're married there are two of you. Plan for two from the ...
  6. What Will Healthcare Cost After Retirement?

    The price tag may shock you, which is why you should do some pre-retirement calculations.
  1. Congress May Take Away Your 401(k) Tax Deduction (or Not)

    As part of overhauling the U.S. income tax system, Congress is considering taking away your 401(k) tax deduction. But Trump ...
  2. How to Communicate With Your Partner About Retirement

    Life partners need a great communication system to get past hurdles encountered during retirement.
  3. 5 Ways to Improve Your Estate Plan After a Divorce

    Take these five steps to ensure your estate plan still fits your needs after a divorce.
  4. How to Retire a Millionaire Without a 401(k)

    Can you retire as a millionaire without a 401(k) plan? It may not be easy, but it isn't impossible if you know where to invest ...
  5. The Benefits of a Third-Party Special Needs Trust

    How a third-party special needs trust can help your special needs child.
  6. 7 Financial Lessons to Master by the Time You're 30

    Once you hit your 30s, it is time to get serious about your finances and money skills. Here are the top money lessons you ...
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